Hallo: e.V. opens a temporary kiosk in the gatekeeper’s house at the entrance of the old recycling yard – which has been declared for demolition. Between July and September, the Hallo: Kiosk regularly opens its doors for: Cold drinks and snacks on a donation basis, workshops, concerts, talks or movie nights. The Hallo: Kiosk is made together: The kiosk assortment changes, the space is built together and operated by different people.
The Hallo: Festspiele have been taking place in the east of Hamburg for more than eight years now – mostly at the Bille power plant, but since last summer also at other locations in the district – most recently at the Bille rowing club. This year
we want to open up further spaces in Hammerbrook in the sense of the association’s purpose of “space-opening culture” through artistic, participatory programming. The previously closed room: a gatehouse of about 50 square meters on the grounds of the old recycling yard, which has been empty for some time and is the starting point and venue of the Hallo: Festspiele/Hallo:Kioskspiele.
In addition to regular opening hours of the Hallo: Kiosk, Wednesdays to Fridays from 16:00 – 21:00, we invite with the Kiosk:Aktionen Artists, neighbors and guests for workshops, talks, film evenings, pizza and concerts. Another program item are the Kiosk: Spiele. For this we invite on three Saturdays to different topics:
KIOSK: Spiele 1 – HOW TO KIOSK?
The Hallo: Kiosk opens its doors. Together with all interested parties we design the gatehouse to the Hello: Kiosk and let the Kiosk: Spiele begin: We paint, furnish and produce the Kiosk: assortment together in workshops.
KIOSK: Spiele 2: ORGANIZING COMMUNITIES
What is actually happening in the Hammerbrook district? Who lives, who works here and who is new? How can we organize ourselves to actively shape our environment? We celebrate our neighborhood together with a block party in our Neighborhood.
KIOSK: Spiele 3 – BREAK OUT OF ALGORITHMUS
We dare to break out of the algorithm and seek through the medium of sound After collaborative practices of sharing. We exchange cassettes, make music and broadcast over Hello: Radio.